October 1, 2020 | technology | No Comments
- Google will use the Pixel 4’s Soli radar and Motion Sense gestures in the future.
- The company hasn’t confirmed if the tech is headed to phones.
Google is not done with its Soli radar chip and Motion Sense feature, even though it skipped them both on the Pixel 5. In an interview with The Verge, Google’s hardware chief Rick Osterloh said that Project Soli and Motion Sense gestures would return in the future.
Google introduced Motion Sense assisted by its Soli radar chip on the Pixel 4. The feature enables a bunch of hand gestures on the phone that allow you to control it without touching the screen. It may have seemed like a gimmick to some users, but our very own Jimmy Westenberg thought it a great addition.
The Soli chip also helped the Pixel 4 recognize your presence and quickly unlock the screen by engaging the necessary